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All proceeds go towards Environmental Education
Save $$ and water by collecting rainwater year-round to water your plants, lawns, or even wash your car!
Durham Soil and Water Conservation District Rain Barrel Sale
You pay with check or cash at the Durham County Soil and Water Conservation office:
Admin II Building
201 E Main Street/fifth floor
Durham, NC 27701
Ivy & Moby are available for pick up
Monday - Friday
Please call ahead for pickup times and location.
Special Price of $85 (with tax)
retail Price $205.00
Special Price of $120.00 (with tax)
Retail Price $275.00
Please visit http://www.rainwatersolutions.com/ for more details
** Quantity limited **
Provide a habitat for Bluebirds or Wood Ducks.
|Basic Framed Pine Bluebird boxes - $14 (with tax)||A-Frames Bluebird boxes - $15 (with tax)
Wood Duck box - $51 (with tax)
- $10.00 each (with tax)
- Bird and Butterfly
- Low growing
- All packets cost $10.00 if picked up or mailed.
- A single packet covers a 400 square foot (20' X 20') area.
- The best time to plant is March through May and August through November (cash or checks made out to the ‘Durham SWCD’ will be accepted)
Shade Wildflower Mixture
The Shade Blend tolerates filtered sunlight all day on the edge of the woodlands. This mixture contains Dwarf Columbine, Cornflower Tall, Cornflower Dwarf, Chicory, Lanceleaved Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, Purple Coneflower, Indian Blanket, Baby's Breath, Dames Rocket, Tree Mallow, Toadflax, Lemon Mint, Corn Poppy, Black-Eyed Susan, Catchfly, and Johnny Jump Up.
Low Growing Wildflower Mixture
The Low Growing Blend thrives best in full sun. This mixture contains Cornflower, Siberian Wallflower, Godetia Dwarf, Chinese Houses, Lanceleaved Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, Chinese Forget-Me-Nots, Sweet William, African Daisy, California Poppy, Baby's Breath, Candytuft, Linaria Fairy Bouquet, Blue Flax, Sweet Alyssum, Lupine Pixie Delight, Baby Blue Eyes, California Bluebells, and Catchfly.
Southeastern Wildflower Mixture
The Southeastern mixture needs a minimum of six hours of sunlight. This mixture includes White Yarrow, Cornflower, Siberian Wallflower, Ox Eye Daisy, Lanceleaved Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, Cosmos, Larkspur, Purple Conflower, California Poppy, Indian Blanket, Baby's Breath, Dames Rocket, Tree Mallow, Blazing Star, Scarlet Flax, Sweet Alyssum, Perennial Lupine, Baby Blue Eyes, Dwarf Evening Primrose, Corn Poppy, Annual Phlox, Black Eyed Susan.